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Sylvain Charlebois

Fruit and vegetable prices have risen sharply, but tech and entertainment are getting cheaper.
The country is seeing an oversupply of meat as Canadians turn to alternative proteins.
And more and more will do the same, the study's author predicts.
It's estimated that at least three-quarters of food products in Canada have a GM ingredient.
Ontario's labour minister seemed to be nudging businesses to at least consider price increases.  
Ontario and British Columbia will get hit hardest, Dalhousie University report says.
Nearly half have changed shopping habits due to prices.
The company says it was a mistake.
Executives from grocery chains have warned there's no immediate relief in sight.